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The Returning Rider Basic RiderCourse (RRBRC) is a one-day (9hour) class for riders who have not been riding for sometime or who have been riding on a permit for a time and wish to renew/refresh their basic skills and /or earn a skill test (endorsement or license) waiver for a motorcycle.  The course is not intended for a novice rider who is learning to ride for the first time.

Goals for the course include refining basic motorcycle skill, improving techniques and gaining more knowledge of risk, including how to manage risk while riding.

IMPORTANT NOTE!!   Our courses are run through the Self-Supporting divisions of the Continuing Education Programs.  This means that your tuition fee will not be refunded if you fail to show up for class, or you fail complete the course.  However, if you experience significant difficulty or become a safety risk to yourself or others, you will not be permitted to continue to ride.

We provide the motorcycles.  We recommend you bring your own DOT approved helmet, but our sites do have a limited supply of loaner helmets in the event you don't have your own.  In addition, you will be required to wear eye protection, a long sleeved shirt or jacket, long pants (preferably denim), over‑the‑ankle footwear and full fingered gloves (preferably leather). "Acceptable Footwear for Riding Activities includes any over-the-ankle "leather" footwear. Hiking boots and tennis type shoes that cover the ankle and are reinforced with padding and thick canvas or leather are also acceptable." .













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